M1 Max vs M2 Max 16-inch MacBook Pro [VIDEO]
The comparison also highlights the High Power Mode on the 16-inch MacBook Pro, which maximizes performance in intensive sustained workloads like 8K color grading.
You can use High-Power Mode on 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M1 Max or M2 Max. By default, the Mac is set to Automatic mode to balance energy use and performance.
High Power Mode can improve performance in graphics-intensive workflows such as color grading 8K ProRes 4444 and 8K DNxHR video.
Here’s what you’ll see in the M1 Max vs M2 Max 16-inch MacBook Pro performance comparison video:
- Specs and Prices
- Wifi Speed Difference
- Speaker Comparison
- Teardown and Internal Differences
- SSD Speed Test
- Geekbench 5 CPU Test
- Web Browsing Performance
- 3DMark & GFXBench Gaming
- Xcode Programming
- Affinity Photo Editing
- Lightroom Classic Photo Editing
- Final Cut Video Editing
- Battery Life & Conclusion
Check out the video below and see how the two MacBook Pros compare in terms of performance.